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    Sewn Bind Off

    Since there is an unprecedented amount of viewers here today thanks to Stephanie, I think it’s a good time to talk about binding off. Some knitters know and use oodles of techniques for casting on and binding off (Montse Stanley lists 40 COs and 19 BOs on her Knitter’s Handbook), but I only use a few on a regular basis.

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    The cover’s finally on Amazon!

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    13 Questions – Lucy Neatby

    I’ve been a fan of Lucy Neatby’s work for years and I’m more than a little star struck around her. Last month, she came to Montreal to teach a workshop and while I couldn’t attend, we did spend a day gallery and yarn store hopping. She also agreed to answer a bunch of questions… 1. Childhood ambition? I do distinctly

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    Jean’s New Socks

    Plain socks worked toe up in Opal Hundertwasser. I really like knitting socks this way: they look just like traditional socks but there are virtually no holes anywhere such as are often found in top down socks. And there’s no danger of running out of yarn, of course, There were a couple of false starts for these: my father in

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    Jumble

    I have lots of little news, but no time to write much about them in detail… I actually finished something for myself! The pullover version of enid has been on the needles since February, but work knitting delayed its completion. I’m wearing it now, although it isn’t technically done and there’s still a hem to be added. I’m also working

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